Signs of History

WARREN COUNTY, PENNSYLVANIA

 Formed March 12, 1800 from Allegheny and Lycoming counties.  Named for  Gen. Joseph Warren, killed at Bunker Hill. Warren, the county seat, was laid out  in 1795. Long known for its oil and timber operations, and site of the  Cornplanter Indian Grant.  City type: County Courthouse, 4th Aye. at Market St., Warren.

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THE GRANDIN WELL ( US 62, .4 mile S of Allegheny River bridge near Tidioute.)
INDIAN PAINT HILL ( US 62, 3 miles NE of Tidioute.)
THOMPSON' S ISLAND ( US 62, 9 miles SW of Warren.)
GEN. WILLIAM IRVINE ( Old US 6 (SR 3022) W of US 62, Irvine.)
BUCKALOONS ( In Buckaloons Park near US 62 E of Irvine.)
CELORON'S EXPEDITON ( Pennsylvania Ave (Business US 6) at Hickory St , Warren.)
CONEWANGO ( Pennsylvania Ave. (Business US 6), Conewango Creek bridge, Warren.)

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